My husband and I went to get our little boy Finn (AB name Garth) at end of May. It was a long drive out there but worth it. When we got there I was a little taken back because it was a working farm as well. The children greeted us and shook our hands. The barn where the puppies and dogs were kennels with fans and AC. The kennels were very clean and so were the dogs. The dogs all looked happy and they all wanted your attention. We notice a puppy separated from the rest. The owner told us she had an intestinal resection and that she was ready to go back with her litter. They just wanted to be sure. Most breeders would have put her down but they didn’t and that speaks volumes to us. We couldn’t leave her behind so we got both. Harley and Finn. These two pups checked out great at our vet. No worms or parasites at all. They are so sweet and extremely smart. At 15 weeks old they already know how to sit and wait for their food. Because the puppies are NOT raised in a home they are easier to potty train. They are also easy to train because they have had limited bad habits they picked up. They are wonderful. I posted videos and pics. I would highly recommend this place for your doodles. They have a lot of puppies but they love them all and it shows in our two babies. Feel free to message me if you have questions.
We love our Golden Retriever puppy, now known as Dempsey. His parents are Scrabble & Katrina. He is now eight months old and weighs in at 62 pounds. He is incredibly smart and is doing well in obedience school.
Hope all is well with you and your family!
Greetings from the Popik family!
Here is our sweet Elsa (formerly Tootsie), who is the sweetest dog on the planet. At 7 months old, she has captivated our family with her loving spirit and family-friendly demeanor. She is so gentle and sweet with our children, ages 4,7, and 8, and is a rockstar at her training classes. Already we can’t imagine our lives without her! Albark Kennels was wonderful to work with, and we highly recommend this breeder and their amazing dogs. Thank you!!!
Bentley’s doing great! He’s such a loving and caring puppy. He was really easy to house train. We are now working on getting his commands down, although he knows most of them he is a little stubborn unless there are treats involved. We are so happy with our experience with Al-bark Kennels.
We got our puppy from you this past summer at the end of July. My husband Mike my daughter Jordan and I drove from Scituate MA to pick up Schmidt now named Koda. We could not be happier! Koda is an amazing dog and we have already grown to love him enormously in a very short time! Everyone who meets him compliments us on how cute he is and on his adorable personality! He is very smart and so playful! I am a dog walker so I take him with me which he enjoys immensely! All the other dogs love to play with him. My mother Meg Baer and her husband Bill just got a puppy from you about three weeks ago. After meeting Koda they had to have a puppy just like him. He is a giant fluff ball weighing 72 ponds and I think still growing! Happy New Year to you and your family!
We wanted to update you on Milo (formerly Glendon). He will be 2 years old the beginning of March. We moved from Maryland to Idaho this past June. Milo loves the winter and our loads of snow. He is over 100 pounds and nothing but silly and love. He is very well behaved and smart. He loves hiking and swimming. We are blessed to have him. He and our lab Kodiak love each other to pieces. Thanks again!
Such a great personality!
My husband and I traveled to Albark Kennels to bring home Zarah (original name). When we arrived we felt such a warm welcome as you prepared one of “our” love ones for travel. Once Zarah arrived home, it was as if she was meant for our family. Her personality is truly one of a kind. She is such a gentle hearted dog who enjoys playing in the mud but also the evening television shows and snuggles. Though not yet a year old, she has already grown into such a loving girl.
Love our Sam!
Swithin (now Sam) is doing quite well. He was diagnosed with a mild hip dysplasia at his 6 month checkup. The vet said as long as we keep his weight down it should not be a problem. We recently added an invisible fence so he has more freedom. He’s very happy and we love him!
Puppy is doing great!
Cooper (formerly Kelton ) is doing great. He survived the New England winter and loved the snow and walks on the beach! One picture he is cheering on the pats for the superbowl game. He is 7 ½ months and weighs 60 lbs. and still growing. He just started puppy classes! His new thing is watching the birds. He is a great addition to the family!
We are just in love with her
Thank you for raising such wonderful dogs 😊😊😊